Session ID: 
CS77

IEEE P2733 - Building an Open Extensible Framework for the IoMT

1:15pm - 2:00pm Thursday, March 12
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
Hall A - Booth 400 - Cybersecurity Theater B

Description

The IEEE P2733 Working Group is developing open, extensible standards that anyone can use to provide Trust, Integrity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, and Security for the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).  The primary purpose of this framework is to use a standard framework that everyone can see you using.  The way you execute and implement the framework is what provides that additional assurance of security.  The secondary purpose is to be extensible to future technologies in the healthcare space.  With over 200 members spread over 6 continents in 8 primary subgroups, and working relationships with a number of other standards groups, this group is working to design security into the future of the IoMT.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the security challenges of the Internet of Medical Things
  • Outline the aims of the P2733 group in developing that standard framework
  • Discuss why having a standard framework that addresses salient needs is necessary to advance security

Speaker(s)

Audience

CISO/CSO

Level

Intermediate